It’s Gold for Avalon Wasteneys and the Women’s Eight
Avalon Wasteneys and the Women’s Eight brought home the first RBC Training Ground medal in program history and the first Olympic gold medal in any women’s rowing event since Atlanta 1996.
From Raw Talent to the Top of the World
Up until four years ago, Kelsey Mitchell didn’t know how to get the most out of her athletic talents. Then she attended RBC Training Ground . . . and the rest is history.
Lauriane Genest takes Bronze in Track Cycling
RBC Training Ground graduate, Lauriane Genest, wasn’t expecting to make it on the podium in the Women’s Keirin, but all her hard work paid off.
Bronze for the Men’s 4x100m Relay Team!
After attending RBC Training Ground in 2017, Jerome Blake has steadily made his way into the top echelon of sprinters in the world. Now he’s helped the Canadian Men’s 4x100m relay team fight their way to an Olympic Bronze medal.
Haley Daniels breaks down barriers to make Olympic history
Daniels likely would have competed at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro if female paddlers had the same opportunities as their male counterparts.
Going from gaming to The Games
Pierce LePage was a professional video gamer and is now an Olympic athlete. Learn about this RBC Training Ground athlete’s unique journey to becoming a Canadian Olympian.
Taking a break to return to her best
RBC Olympian, Penny Oleksiak, talks about training for the Olympics during a pandemic and her decision to take a break from swimming to get back to top form.